There is much discussion these days about rising college tuition costs.  More and more, students need scholarships and loans in order to get a full college education.  Dollar Sign

However, there is rarely a question about why tuition is so high.  For example, this article discusses the difficulty of getting student loans but does not question why tuition has raised 121% since 1980 while median household income has risen only 18%.  It also doesn’t ask how many students who graduate with majors like multicultural studies get a job after they graduate, or whether coursework on topics like queer studies and spending on extracurricular diversity programs or race-based recruiting are a needed expense.  

Colleges need to have a serious discussion about cutting unnecessary expenses, cutting huge presidential salaries, and cutting back on exhorbitant sports coach salaries

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